Published on in Vol 5, No 2 (2003):

Collaborative e-Learning Using Streaming Video and Asynchronous Discussion Boards to Teach the Cognitive Foundation of Medical Interviewing: A Case Study

Collaborative e-Learning Using Streaming Video and Asynchronous Discussion Boards to Teach the Cognitive Foundation of Medical Interviewing: A Case Study

Collaborative e-Learning Using Streaming Video and Asynchronous Discussion Boards to Teach the Cognitive Foundation of Medical Interviewing: A Case Study

Journals

  1. Almarghani E, Mijatovic I. Factors affecting student engagement in HEIs - it is all about good teaching. Teaching in Higher Education 2017;22(8):940 View
  2. Tsai C. An effective online teaching method: the combination of collaborative learning with initiation and self-regulation learning with feedback. Behaviour & Information Technology 2013;32(7):712 View
  3. Gemmell I, Sandars J, Taylor S, Reed K. Teaching science and technology via online distance learning: the experience of teaching biostatistics in an online Master of Public Health programme. Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning 2011;26(2):165 View
  4. Duplaga M, Leszczuk M, Papir Z, Przelaskowski A. Compression evaluation of surgery video recordings retaining diagnostic credibility (compression evaluation of surgery video). Opto-Electronics Review 2008;16(4) View
  5. Wong G, Greenhalgh T, Pawson R. Internet-based medical education: a realist review of what works, for whom and in what circumstances. BMC Medical Education 2010;10(1) View
  6. Wise M, Han J, Shaw B, McTavish F, Gustafson D. Effects of using online narrative and didactic information on healthcare participation for breast cancer patients. Patient Education and Counseling 2008;70(3):348 View
  7. Pawałowski P, Mazurek C, Leszczuk M, Moureaux J, Chaabouni A. Video Cloud Services for Hospitals: Designing an End-to-End Cloud Service Platform for Medical Video Storage and Secure Access. JMIR Biomedical Engineering 2020;5(1):e18139 View
  8. Kim P, Hong J, Bonk C, Lim G. Effects of group reflection variations in project-based learning integrated in a Web 2.0 learning space. Interactive Learning Environments 2011;19(4):333 View
  9. Ingrassia P, Ragazzoni L, Tengattini M, Carenzo L, Della Corte F. Nationwide Program of Education for Undergraduates in the Field of Disaster Medicine: Development of a Core Curriculum Centered on Blended Learning and Simulation Tools. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 2014;29(5):508 View
  10. Keifenheim K, Teufel M, Ip J, Speiser N, Leehr E, Zipfel S, Herrmann-Werner A. Teaching history taking to medical students: a systematic review. BMC Medical Education 2015;15(1) View
  11. Knutson D, Cain T, Hurtubise L, Kreger C. Lessons learned: developing e-learning to teach physical examination. The Clinical Teacher 2006;3(3):163 View
  12. Ruiz J, Mintzer M, Leipzig R. The Impact of E-Learning in Medical Education. Academic Medicine 2006;81(3):207 View
  13. Taveira-Gomes T, Ferreira P, Taveira-Gomes I, Severo M, Ferreira M. What Are We Looking for in Computer-Based Learning Interventions in Medical Education? A Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(8):e204 View
  14. Ehlers J, Behr M, Bollwein H, Beyerbach M, Waberski D. Standardization of computer-assisted semen analysis using an e-learning application. Theriogenology 2011;76(3):448 View
  15. Mello J. The World Has Changed. International Archives of Otorhinolaryngology 2020;24(03):e393 View
  16. Tsai C. Involving Students in a Blended Course via Teacher's Initiation in Web-Enhanced Collaborative Learning. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 2010;13(5):577 View
  17. Mijatovic I, Cudanov M, Jednak S, Kadijevich D. How the usage of learning management systems influences student achievement. Teaching in Higher Education 2013;18(5):506 View
  18. Cotič Ž, Rees R, Wark P, Car J. Factors influencing the implementation, adoption, use, sustainability and scalability of eLearning for family medicine specialty training: a systematic review protocol. Systematic Reviews 2016;5(1) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Curtin L, Finn L. The Plugged-In Professor. View
  2. Caputo F, Merlotti E, Andlauer O, Galderisi S. Education about Mental Health and Illness. View
  3. Duplaga M, Juszkiewicz K, Kwolek B, Leszczuk M, Papir Z, Rzepa P, Zieliński K. Information Technology Solutions for Healthcare. View
  4. Gulati S. E-learning in Nursing. View
  5. Demiroz E. Blended Learning. View
  6. Williams D, Graham C. International Encyclopedia of Education. View
  7. Demiroz E. Handbook of Research on Advancing Health Education through Technology. View
  8. Caputo F, Merlotti E, Andlauer O, Galderisi S. Education about Mental Health and Illness. View
  9. El Miedany Y. Rheumatology Teaching. View